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help !! Struck in java bean

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hi all
lets starts with my problem!!!!
i have created a javabean which stores the password and username.I have created a bean so that if an unauthenticated user types the URL of any other pages before going to login first he will be greeted with the message to login first.
But i m not be able to do this.
plz help
i have admin.jsp thats asks for username and password.then it is redirected to welcome.jsp.
but if an unauthenicated user types the url of welcome.jsp he must get the msg to login first.
also tell me if i m right in creating a bean for storing username and password.
Thanks

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